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comcat.dll cannot register on install

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I have a VB5 app, and use InstallShield to install.  I have SP2 and IE4.0 installed on development machine.  I'm getting several reports from users that they receive error during install that comcat.dll cannot self register.
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Check out Microsoft Knowledgebase articles: Q167121 &  Q164529.

What version of comcat.dll are you using?

Select the file (c:\windows\system) with Windows Explorer, right click it, and then select properties.  Check it against the versions in the above Knowledgebase articles.  This may be your problem.

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